Today's most recent Nintendo Partnered Direct Mini already kicked off strong with the announcement of one Monster Hunter entry set to arrive this spring for the Nintendo Switch, Monster Hunter Rise. The game is posed to become a definitive mainline installment for the Capcom-developer franchise and solutions to the cries many Switch fans happen to be asking for since Monster Hunter World never got into the system.
Following the announcement, Capcom shares which was only some of the Monster Hunter title coming to the woking platform later in 2022. For the reason that, the firm disclosed that the new release for that Monster Hunter Stories subgenre may also be going for a era afterwards in mid 2022. The series was initially a Nintendo 3DS entry later arrived to Android and iOS under a year following the game shipped.
Announcing Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, the newest entry is illustrated to become a continuation from the 2022 title. You can view the announcement trailer in the video below:
“Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin puts players becoming a Monster Rider who befriends iconic monsters from the Monster Hunter series as they embark on epic adventures together,” the brief synapse for that game provided by Nintendo reads. In tow for the summer scheduled release for Monster Hunter Stories 2, Nintendo states more information will be spared afterwards resulting in the launch for the game.
As for that current installment in series, Monster Hunter World, the game's chances for any Nintendo Switch port is not on the table based on Capcom. While ambitious, the firm tells the game “can't be achieved on Switch”, then referencing that a new entry is going to be developed especially for the hybrid handheld console: that happening to be Monster Hunter Rise. You can read the full report by heading here.
Are you excited to carry on the storyline of Monster Hunter Stories next year?
Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin is coming to Nintendo Switch sometime in Summer 2022.